Clifton Royal: The Wetmores and Village Life in Nineteenth-century New Brunswick

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Judith Baxter
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Jan 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 414 pages
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Through the Wetmore diaries, the Agricultural Society minutes and other records, this new book provides a fascinating look at farming life in nineteenth-century New Brunswick. Journal entries about plantings, community meetings, and even the militia and volunteer service, create a detailed picture of one family’s fruit farms and general store. The diaries cover the years 1870 to 1891; shop records begin in 1864 and include detailed client lists. Lavishly illustrated with period photographs, this book is a must for anyone with an interest in Victorian New Brunswick, and a boon to anyone researching this part of the province.

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Contents

The Diary of David Pickett Wetmore 18701880
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Day Book of Wetmore Puddington 3
49
Book 3
101
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Judith Baxter is an author, artist, and New Brunswick community activist. She is co-editor of Life and Times: Recollections of Eliza Cox Carter.

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